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Is d de veau vegan?

D de veau is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is d de veau?

"D de veau" is a French culinary term that translates to "double veal breast." It is a flavorful and tender cut of meat taken from the breast of a young calf, typically weighing between five and seven pounds. This cut requires slow cooking to break down its connective tissues and release its rich flavor. D de veau is often used in traditional French dishes such as blanquette de veau, a creamy stew made with tender pieces of veal, mushrooms, and onions. Its delicate texture and mild flavor make it a versatile ingredient in various recipes, perfect for adding depth and richness to any dish.

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